Reporting on the secretive remote killing programs presents unique challenges for journalists seeking to publish information in the public interest while respecting and protecting their sources. Natio...
Tatiana Bazzichelli is founder and director at Disruption Network Lab, a Berlin-based nonprofit organisation in Germany that has since 2014 organized events at the intersection of human rights and technology with the objective of exposing the misconduct and wrongdoing of the powerful. Her focus of work is whistleblowing, network culture, and hacktivism.
She is author of the books Whistleblowing for Change: Exposing Systems of Power and Injustice (2021), Networked Disruption (2013), Disrupting Business (2013), and Networking (2006). In 2011-2014 she was programme curator at transmediale festival in Berlin. She received a PhD degree in Information and Media Studies at the Faculty of Arts of Aarhus University in Denmark in 2011. Her PhD research, Networked Disruption: Rethinking Oppositions in Art, Hacktivism and the Business of Social Networking, was the result of her 2009 visiting scholarship at the H-STAR Institute of Stanford University.
In 2019-2021 she was appointed jury member for the Capital Cultural Fund by the German Federal Government and the city of Berlin.